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Welcome to Marion Middle School


The last day for students to charge breakfast or lunch in the cafeteria is April 30, 2014.

If your child owes the cafeteria, please have the balance paid on or before April 30, 2014. If you are unsure whether your student owes the cafeteria please call (870)739-5173.

Benchmark Blitz Prize Winners

Sixth grade students William Davis, Abrianna Wright,
Brady Moore, and Madelyn Stroud
Seventh grade students Dacharles Maben, Jacob Kohl,
Esmeralda Gamez, and  Madison Jones

Ms. Blagg's class dissected a cow's eye during a recent Science lab.

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Meagan Tolleson and Caroline Patterson
Maguire Rippard and Alex Riley
Cow's Eye
Tamryn Woolfork and Mackenzie Morris

Hartley Reece

Ms. Parham's class dissected a cow's heart during a recent Science lab.

Nicholas Beaman, Austin Davis, and Akyrahn Hazley
Ben Fisher and Hunter Evett
Ms. Parham demonstrates  the dissection using a document camera.
Russhawn Webster and Maggie Su

James Henderson, Isiah Swanigan, Khalil Jones, Elbony Jones, and Alyssa Lovelace

Parents and students of MMS are now able to utilize the Home Access Center which replaces Edline.  Student grades and attendance information will be accessible from this site. Parents and students may obtain login information by one of the following methods:

1.     Email Ruth Hegwood, Curriculum Technologist at rhegwood@msd3.org.  

2.     Contact Principal Carissa Lacy, at 739-5173 or clacy@msd3.org.

3.     Call the MMS office at 739-5173.

Marion Middle School Mission
It is the mission of Marion Middle School to provide a challenging curriculum in a safe environment, conducive to learning, while meeting the diverse needs and interests of ALL children. We will teach our students in the academic, social, technological, creative, physical fitness, and problem-solving skills needed to become productive, respectful, responsible, and successful citizens in the ever-changing world.

Marion School District Mission
It is the mission of the Marion School District to provide our students with a basic program of instruction so that they will acquire the academic, social, and decision-making skills needed to become productive citizens in our rapidly
changing technological world.  We recognize individual differences in students and believe that all children can learn.  We strive to meet their needs and interests by offering a balanced curriculum and creating an atmosphere
conducive to learning.

Site is maintained byrhegwood@msd3.org

Marion Middle School Contact Information
10 Patriot Drive
Marion, AR 72364
Phone: 870-739-5173
Fax: 870-739-5176

Carissa Lacy, Principal
Blake Owen, Assistant Principal
Adam O'Neal, Assistant Principal
Lisa S. Lovely, Counselor
Home Access Center
Sign up for HAC to stay informed about your child’s grades, assignments, and attendance. Contact Ruth Hegwood (rhegwood@msd3.org) to obtain login information.
Ruth Hegwood
Nettrekker is a safe search engine that Marion Middle School provides for all students. Student logins follow this pattern: lastname.firstname and the password is gopatriots.
The following information is required on all checks made out to Marion Middle School and/or the cafeteria:
Your full name, your street address (no P O Box #s), Home phone # (include the area code), Work phone #(include the area code), Driver's License # and state of license.
Health and Wellness
For important information from our school nurses:
School Meal News
Please see EZ School Pay under the Parents button on this page to find out how to pay for your child's school meals online.
Yearbooks are on sale for only $30. You may send a check made out to Marion Middle School by your child with the completed order form or visit http://www.yearbookforever.com to order one.
Order Form
Last Modified: Apr 17, 2014
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